1 Vertical Yoked Prism
2 Bibulous Barb
3 Chewing Gum
4 Filter Exhibit
5 The Chemistry Of Plastics
Released in the Fall of 1995 by Taped Rugs Productions (USA) and Biotope Art Organization (UK).
The cassette album: "A Goblin Realm Of Fakery" consists of five complex sound collages produced by Charles Rice Goff III on a four track cassette recorder. Several members of Herd Of The Ether Space (HOTES), who each recorded individually with Goff in various environments, speak as one group in this carefully concocted stew. The tape features blends from recordings of the improvised experimental sonic sessions described below:
1) George Gibson, Charles Rice Goff III, at Gibson's studio in Oakland, California, on September 9th, 1991
2) Robert Silverman, C. Goff III, at Redwood Park in Oakland, California, on September 7th, 1992
3) Alex King, C. Goff III, at Taped Rugs Studio in Oakland, California, on March 8th, 1993
4) Killr "Mark" Kaswan, C. Goff III, at Sibley Park in Oakland, California, on June 13th, 1993
5) Large group of reveler improvisers at a "Shadow Motivations Party," held in Berkeley, California, on July 11th, 1993
6) Viki O'Melveny, C. Goff III, at The Exploratorium in San Francisco, California, on August 15th, 1993
7) K. "M" Kaswan, Zoe Kaswan, C. Goff III, at The Exploratorium in San Francisco, California, on May 30th, 1994
8) C. Goff III, at Taped Rugs Studio in Oakland, California, on October 21st, 1994.
Goff also blended the following recordings into this Ethereal production:
1) Sampled bits from three television shows, including the Perry Mason episode: "The Case Of The Jaded Joker" (Season 2, Episode #18) which features the murder of character: "Charles Goff" and a whole lot of Beatnik jive.
2) Samples from a Gilbert chemistry set television commercial
3) A recording of a thunderstorm made during Goff's first visit to Kansas, on July 4th, 1995
4) A recording that Goff made at a gift shop in the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport on July 5th, 1995
1) Taped Rugs released this cassette album as a 30-minute tape. Biotope Art Organization released the album as one side of a 60-minute tape; the other side featured the HOTES album: "Remedies From Roots And Molds."
2) This is the only HOTES album on which Alex King appears.
by Taped Rugs Productions